NEW ACHRH FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROJECT FUNDED BY VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT  Congratulations to all the SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITIES. Victorian Government’s funding of project. This is a win for South Asian migrants and we welcome other migrants in as well. “United we stand” aims to achieve ACHRH vision of an equitable and harmonious society and promotion of family […]

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While the discussion continues over whether to introduce respectful relations classes into Victorian schools, one Melbourne boys school decided to make respectful relationships its year-long focus of 2015. Students from St Kevin’s College in Melbourne organised briefings, assembly talks and a lunch-time forum to begin to educate staff and boys about family violence and what […]

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On Friday, the AustralianGovernmentreleased a Pre-Departure pack for migrant women who marry Australian residents and arrive on Partner visas . If you have married an Australian Resident and planning to move to leave your country, this is what you should be reading now. National Roundtable on reducing Violence against Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Women […]

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The days have been packed ad schedules hectic as we at ACHRH continue our fight against Domestic Violence. From a candle light vigil for Nikita Chawla, to meeting acid attack victims from Pakistan, we have spread our campaign far and wide. Find some moving accounts from Dr. Manjula O’Connor and Gauri Kapoor as they raise […]

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